Iron working is approximately 30 times more deadly than being a police officer. You already embarrassed yourself with the iron worker quip.
And stop spraying our skies too with chemicals!!
Peaceful unarmed natives very bravely surrounded the armed DAPL thug. Skip Edwards October 316: Another Kent State in the making.
Students were shot down by the National Guard troopers trying to stop the illegal war the the US was conducting on Vietnam; here the militarized police and National Guard are violent offenders toward the Standing Rock Sioux, and other tribal members from around the US along with other people, trying to stop a war being conducted by the US government as a proxy for International corporations against our environment and all living things on Earth.
And in the whole Planet. I try to think this is leading to a new beginning, but I will not see it — am So, to me, this is the beginning of the end. God bless you all, journalists who show the truth. The few honest ones!
Nate Allen October 30 Keep up the important work! In response to your points, yes, many of the protesters are from out of state. Approximately native tribes from across the continent have united in support of their fellow tribesmen.
This is not like the bused in, paid agitators in Baltimore that go home when the rioting ends. That is debatable, as much of the land in the area was stolen after treaties were broken, but nevertheless, the path crosses the main river just upstream of tribal lands, so any leak in that section of pipe would poison the waters downstream.
Jesse Jackson made this point beautifully: Maybe people who are too self-obsessed, or too racist, to care about violently imposing wilfully negligent infrastructure that will inevitably poison a water source that native people NEED, can work up some feelings of humanity for the Buffalo who ALSO need that water.The Business of War.
By Wade Frazier. Revised July Introduction. The Business of War. The "Good War" Brown Shirts in America.
A Brief History of Western Anti . In America today, the use of violent force by police departments is being condoned. Looking at the country now, it is difficult to believe that there was ever a fear of large standing armies, since police forces themselves have transformed into one.
Police brutality is one of several forms of police misconduct which involves undue violence by police members. Widespread police brutality exists in many countries and territories, even those that prosecute it.
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History. The term "police brutality" was in use in the American press as early as , when the Chicago Tribune reported on the beating of a civilian under arrest at the Harrison Street Police Station..
The origin of 'modern' policing based on the authority off the nation state is commonly traced back to developments in seventeenth and 18th century France, with modern police departments being.